Psychology is the study of behaviour and how it affects our lives. With the complexity of our modern world, psychologists fill an increasingly important role in dealing with human problems.

University of Saskatchewan Psychology students choose courses in each of two areas of study. The first group includes courses related to the cultural, social and environmental influences on behaviour. The second group includes courses related to the cognitive, neuropsychological and biological influences on behaviour.

Some courses in Psychology are taught by faculty in the corresponding department of St. Thomas More College. These courses or sections are designated as STM sections in the online Course Offerings.

Major Average

The major average in B.A. or B.Sc. Psychology programs includes the grades earned in:

  • PSY 120 and PSY 121 (formerly PSY 110)
  • All senior PSY courses

Residency Requirements in the Major

To receive a degree in Psychology, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.

  • PSY 120 and PSY 121 (formerly PSY 110)
  • Minimum requirements in Major Requirement B6.

See Residency for additional details.

St. Thomas More College

Some courses in Psychology are taught by faculty in the corresponding department of St. Thomas More College. These courses or sections are designated as STM sections in the online Course Offerings.

Programs